Barbara Loveless

Seattle, Washington

1928 - 2018


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Barbara LovelessBarbara Loveless was born March 4, 1928 in Bothell Washington to Glen and Ethel Crawford and passed away August 30, 2018 of complications from heart disease. She was the youngest of two daughters and her dad was the first pharmacist in Bothell. She had an idyllic childhood growing...

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May care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead. Our most sincere condolences.
From: The Bothell High School Alumni Association.

My parents bought the house that Barbara's parents built in 1928. There is a board in the roof of the attic that says "Barbara Crawford" signed in chalk. It was a good place to live for both families.

Barbra will be missed by so many people all the Askew family thought Barbra was a wonderful lady and that Rod was a lucky to find someone that could support him on most everything he was doing
Like one day they were already to go home and Rod decided to carve a totem pole to go on top of a post along side of cabin 8
Pretty soon he had his shirt off and was going to finish so Barb said I may as well get comfortable
Rod now is the time you have to think of all great years you...

With my sincere sympathy to your family; May your treasured memories continue to provide a measure of comfort and peace to the family. Please be strengthened from (Isaiah 61:1,2) our God "binds up the broken-hearted and comforts all who mourn"

Dear Lovelace Family,
Barbara was always such a kind soul and warm inviting person that I've known for over 40 years while playing as a child at Decatur to her always inviting us into her home when we were out hiking around. It seems like just yesterday when I was looking out the window of cabin 5, which our Mom loved so much and here comes Barbara rowing across the lagoon in their newly refurbished skiff! This was literally just a few years ago. Rod drove around to the Decatur Dock...

My mom, Betty Berto Niemeyer,graduated with your mom in 46 and would like to send her condolences. Those were wonderful days living in Bothell, as you so beautifully put it! Please tell your father she is thinking about him and his loss. Prayers for all of you.

May you find comfort in God's promise that Barbara will one day return to the days of her youthful vigor (Job 33:25). Please accept my heartfelt condolences for your loss.